With Uncle Junior still in jail, Tony has taken over the family. He's surprised when Big Pussy returns from hiding in Puerto Rico, but after some hesitation he is welcomed back into the fold. Tony begins settling accounts elsewhere however. Dr. Melfi is seeing her patients in a dingy motel and wants nothing to do with Tony Soprano. This is bad news for him as he's starting to have blackouts again. Meanwhile Christopher is operating a boiler room selling cheap or non-existent stocks to unwary investors but some of the men he has working for him lack the finesse you might normally expect. Tony's sister Janice appears out of the blue after many years absence. He's not pleased when he realizes her plans. Written by
Did You Know?
First, and only, appearance of mobster Philly Parisi played by Dan Grimaldi
, one of only three The Sopranos
(1999) cast members who plays dual roles in the series--in his case, brother Patsy Parisi, who's introduced 12 episodes later in this season, and who remains as a recurring character. See more
She's lucky she isn't here or I'd be bouncing her fucking head against the wall!
References Analyze This
Time Is On My Side
Written by Jerry Ragovoy
Performed by Irma Thomas See more